What do you want in a school? When you step into a school campus, what do you want to see, hear, experience and feel?
Imagine…. a school without narrow walls, a campus which ignites the senses and the natural curiosity of children, a place where all are respected for their differences, where innovation, creativity and learning flourish, a community which has come together to share new experiences; A place of joy!!.
Children having the freedom to think beyond set boundaries, learning by doing what is culturally relevant, listening, engaging in deep and meaningful student discussions, experiencing personal growth, and feeling the joy of being part of a vibrant community of learners is the Helikx Open School experience.
Helikx traces its origin to the Helikx trust, the activities of which spring around to imparting academic skills to students, in particularly to those children with specific learning disabilities. Helikx, is a multifaceted organization. It originated from a school that differentiated the purpose of teaching. The principle of the school is CAN YOU TEACH ME THE WAY I CAN UNDERSTAND.
Why Reading enhancement Program
The significance of reading
Reading is a complex process that involves decoding, comprehension as well as fluency.
Reading requires numerous skills for its mastery. Consequently, identifying the skills that lead to success in reading is extremely important.
In order to identify written words, we use a number of different skills. Here are some of the most important word analysis skills:
Difficulties in any of these 3 areas will cause the child to read poorly. The following problems may prevent a child from learning to read.
Objective of the program:
Outcome of the program :
When it comes to mastering the reading process, the following instructional tasks or content strands represent the major thrust of reading acquisition:
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Helikx is a multifaceted organization. We build successful business relationships through the principles of honesty, integrity and accountability. These core values, along with our integrated business solutions, help us deliver measurable results for more than 154 clients. We have become a trusted advisor to these organizations and institutions by helping them improve operations, control costs and enhance their competitive advantage.
Our methods of training to students not only centered around increasing employability skills but also full-fill psychological needs thereby installing confidence in individuals to resolve real world issues being confronted by them.
We have been exclusive consultants, trainers for numerous of organizations. We have developed psychometric tests in local language and validated with industries. We have about 18 years of experience in our working domain.
Helikx Interest Profile Assessments
Helps children go further in their career exploration. The new dynamic, interactive Helikx Career Interest Profiler report provides a description of responses of the child, plus allows them to easily explore their career options, by having more information. Child can find out more about their top rated careers reading their reports. HIP information available includes region specific job opportunities, skill requirements and educational requirements.
Knowing the interests is important because it allows children to make informed career decisions and indicates stream that they will enjoy. People whose interests match their activities find greater satisfaction, are more productive, and have higher levels of motivation. These results can increase the chances for Career success.
Helikx Interest Profile Assessment provides an in-depth description of the responses to the Career Interest Profiler. Designed to help them identify and understand the career interests, this report can start the journey of matching the interests with their dreams.
To guide them through the career planning process and helps them to set goals, a variety of options that correspond with your interests are provided.
This report is designed to expand the options, rather than limit them, giving many avenues to explore that have something in common with the interest profile. We provide the SWOC (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges) report for every candidate on their request with separate charges. By going through the report one can improve the Strengths, iron out the Weaknesses, make the most of the Opportunities and find ways to face the Challenges.
The classroom behaviour of any student depends on the attributes mentioned above, viz., communication and inter-personal skills. Hence, improving these skills will certainly change the way you approach your classroom.
By the end of the session with us, students would be in par with the current scenario, with their own inputs, presented in a much better way. We shall bring out their latent talent and, in addition, bring them up-to-date on the latest trends so that they appear not only confident but knowledgeable as well.
Proposal to Assess the Career Interests for the Students
With our assistance the Career Interests of your Students can be assessed and proper counseling would help them to select the career of their interest. Assessment will be carried out for students from 8th std. to 12th std. along with their parents.
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Introduction to the SLD:
"Specific learning disability means a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processes involved in understanding or in using language, spoken or written, which may manifest itself in an imperfect ability to listen, think, speak, read, write, spell, or to do mathematical calculations.
Specific learning disability (SLD) is a common and invisible yet highly impactful disability. It is a disability recognized by few but afflicting many and causing high degree of impact. Since it has an important bearing on academic function, it carries high degree of distress in the Indian society.
SLDs are neurodevelopment disorders affecting 5%–17% of the children. In our country the prevalence of dyslexia varies between 3% and 10%. It is characterized by difficulties in reading, listening, writing, mathematical, and reasoning skills.
The most common prototype, occurring in 80% of children, is dyslexia wherein there is a core deficit of phonological processing and is associated with difficulties in working memory. Phonological awareness is an important pointer of reading skill in both consistent and not so consistent orthographies.
The other disorders include Dysgraphia, difficulties in written expression and dyscalculia (i.e.) difficulties in mathematical skills.
These disorders occur across all cultures, results of population-based surveys suggest that about 30% of learning disabled children have behavioral and emotional problems. Indian studies report 25% to 84% co-morbidity. In a study by Bäcker and Neuhäuser on 77 children with dyslexia, psychological co morbidity was found in 66.2%. Of these, the most frequent was adjustment disorders, followed by hyperkinetic disorders and anxiety.
SLD has an impact on the developing self-esteem. Compared to their siblings, they have a lower self-esteem and they believe they have fewer praiseworthy qualities and do not have much to be proud about. They reported higher levels for loneliness and negative mood. Students with SLD have lower grades in all the reported subjects. In school, students with SLD have academic difficulties coupled with lower academic self-concepts and lower self-perceptions and self-esteem.
According to motivation researchers, failure and poor performance lead to doubts about general intellectual abilities, which in turn lead to reduced effort, further failure, and poor academic outcomes. Overall their health-related quality of life is significantly impaired. The disability besides having a high impact on the child has a negative impact on the family and parents. This is more so when there is poor awareness, lack of social support and when the disability is attributed to the child's characteristics. Very often the disability is associated with neurological issues such as epilepsy.
The disability is seen to run in families. It is proposed that a combination of many genes and environmental factors along with contribution of rare variants is etiologically responsible for the presentation. Intervention is in the form of remedial education. Intensive individual or small group training has shown to be beneficial. Provisions and accommodations allow the child to cope with their disabilities.
Since difficulties with reading, writing and/or math are recognizable problems during the school years, the signs and symptoms of learning disabilities are most often diagnosed during that time. However, some individuals do not receive an evaluation until they are in post-secondary education or adults in the workforce. Other individuals with learning disabilities may never receive an evaluation and go through life, never knowing why they have difficulties with academics and why they may be having problems in their jobs or in relationships with family and friends.
Generally speaking, people with learning disabilities are of average or above average intelligence. There often appears to be a gap between the individual’s potential and actual achievement. This is why learning disabilities are referred to as “hidden disabilities”: the person looks perfectly “normal” and seems to be a very bright and intelligent person, yet may be unable to demonstrate the skill level expected from someone of a similar age.
A learning disability cannot be cured or fixed; it is a lifelong challenge. However, with appropriate support and intervention, people with learning disabilities can achieve success in school, at work, in relationships, and in the community.
The remedial teaching can be defined as ‘ the name implies, is designed to cater to the needs of children unable to keep pace with the teaching-learning process in a normal classroom.
The objective of remedial teaching is to give additional help to pupils who, for one reason or another, have fallen behind the rest of the class in the subjects of Tamil , English and Mathematics. The ultimate aim of remedial teaching is to help pupils who have fallen behind to learn to the best of their ability and to bring them back into the mainstream.
Importance of the Training Programme:
Upon understanding the state of students with disabilities which is still being unidentified & the awareness towards the same and provide the training on Remedial teaching to handle such children.
The training will be on the assessing the children and providing methodologies to teach the children with SLD.
Objective of the Training Programme:
The course incorporates the following techniques and methodologies:
Brain and Multiple Intelligence
Learning & Memory
Specific Learning Disability & Assessment techniques in Learning Disability
Developing Individualized Education Program
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